The Muslim Student Association received a 14 percent slash to their budget after more than an hour of heated debate over program eligibility for funding from the student finance committee.
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Industrial hemp can’t get you high, but it's still outlawed. Lawmakers think legalizing it could help farmers.
State lawmakers are circulating a proposal to legalize industrial hemp in the state. While previously outlawed, supporters say legalizing the crop could create opportunities for farmers.
A man with a gun has been reported near Union South after an armed robbery was reported in the area, according to a UW-Madison WiscAlert.According to the alert, the suspect was seen near University and Randall Avenue fleeing toward Union South.
The Muslim Student Association received a 14 percent cut to their budget after an SSFC vote Tuesday.
Multiple streets in the State and Langdon Street areas will close Friday in anticipation of UW-Madison’s Homecoming Parade, according to the Madison Traffic Engineering Division.
Gov. Scott Walker thinks NFL players should stop their “divisive” protesting and focus on speaking out against domestic violence.
A UW-Madison student said she is “concerned she may have been sexually assaulted” at fraternity house Thursday night.
After his freshman year film club broke up, UW-Madison senior Emmet Battenberg knew he wanted to create a club on campus that would allow students to produce creative films and movies outside of the classroom.
For many, job experience in the form of an internship can seem like a golden ticket to employment — but a recent study suggests it’s not that simple.
A recent study found that more research should be done on internships before making it a graduation requirement.
Amid accusations of incomplete documentation and outdated standing rules, the Multicultural Student Coalition is suing the Student Services Finance Committee after being denied eligibility for General Student Services funding.
With UW-Madison’s Homecoming Week upon us, the Wisconsin Homecoming Committee’s events are once again set to benefit charities and organizations across the country.
Madison police responded to six opioid-related incidents over the weekend, the latest chapter in the city’s prolonged battle against the nationwide opioid epidemic.
SSFC Chair Jordan Gaal defended his MCSC and WABM decisions as being viewpoint neutral.
A Madison elementary school teacher turned himself in to police Friday after being accused of sexually assaulting a student repeatedly five years ago.
A 21-year-old man suffered a brain bleed and skull fracture after being knocked out near campus early Saturday morning.
Almost a year after the 2016 election, UW-Madison students heard Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez’s take on how to win Wisconsin back.
31-year-old Ellis Slaughter pointed a rifle at one fighter in a brawl he attempted to break up Sunday. He will be charged with second-degree recklessly endangering safety, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
“Walls” seems to be the word on everyone’s lips as of late when discussing immigration. Frankly, Jason de León is tired of talking about them.
UW-Madison researchers have set their sights on increasing treatment participation rates and options for those who suffer from opioid addiction after receiving a $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.